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What is Kosher? - Kosher Food - About.com
Does a rabbi's blessing make a food kosher? What is meant by a kosher kitchen? Why do some kosher products have K symbols and others OU symbols on ...
What is Kosher Food? - About.com
Answer: Kosher food is food prepared in accordance with Jewish Dietary Laws. In their most "biblical" form, Jewish Dietary Laws state: Pork, rabbit, eagle, owl, ...
What is Kosher Food? - About.com
Millions of people, from various religious and ethnic backgrounds, eat kosher food for religious, cultural, health and quality reasons. Jews, Muslims, Hindus ...
What Is Kosher for Passover? - Kosher Do's and Don'ts
Observing Passover requires a certain amount of knowledge when it comes to kosher do's and don'ts. In addition to eating matzah during your seder, Jews are ...
Introduction to Jewish Kosher Cooking and Dietary Laws
"Kosher" literally means "fit," and in the case of food, refers to food that is prepared in accordance with Jewish Dietary Laws. The rules and regulations regarding ...
Kosher - What Is Kosher Food? Video
Jana teaches us what kosher means and how to follow the rules all throughout the year.
Kosher for Muslims - Halal - Kosher Food - About.com
Islamic Dietary Laws include prohibitions against alcohol and pork and rules about slaughtering animals. What is the difference between kosher and halal?
Kosher Salt Definition - Meat & Game Cooking - What Is Kosher Salt
What is Kosher salt? Kosher salt is a large-grain salt that is excellent for cooking meats. Learn the difference between Kosher salt and table salt.
What Is Parve? - Glossary of Kosher Terms - Kosher Food - About.com
More Kosher Vocabulary Words: Glossary of Kosher Terms. Pronunciation: PAHR-vuh. Also Known As: pareve. Alternate Spellings: pareve. Ads. &ensp.
Kashrut Definition - What is Kashrut - Glossary of Kosher Terms
Kashrut is the Hebrew word for "keeping kosher." The basic laws of kashrut, also known as Jewish Dietary Laws, can be found in Judaism's holy book, the Torah.
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